Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 263, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 23, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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Society for Protecting
^(ienham, Texas, as Secjond-cTiAss Mail-Matter.
AM, TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 23- 1896
WILLIAM JENNINGS 15KYAM,
For Vice Ptcsidet.t,
on this Sale
T. >S. Smith, Wiaburn I'icrco,
1st District—T. C. Duflington.
2d District—\V. M. Imbodcn.
3d District—Ned Morriss,
41I1 District—K. F. yjSea',
5th District—E. I„ Agnew,
Oth Distiict— K. J. Powell,
7H1 I'ist ict— Ii, /, Ui.tdy,
Sth District—M. MLl-colt,
9 h Distric:—T. P. i.'oeliri.ft,
loth District— S. II Hopkins,
nth District - A S 'I iiurmur d,
Utli Distriit — M l|,.n ,Ma.)
ijth Dial itit-A p 11 it
For Governor - (' t.'i !.! • 1; «.••
For Liet I G \et iio. - •' i >. '
For Attoriu-y ;il~ •!, >!. t'lANf.
1'Or Lltll I (.OlllMliiMOTK*: \,.l. 1'A K '.It.
For Comptio'ler—- k. W. FjkIa-v.
I'or Trca.-irer—W. ii. Wokiiiam.
For Supt. i'u: lie Insti uctuir,—J M. Cat lisle
For Railroad O mnrssiontrs,
John II. Ht^g. n, L .J. St rey
Alii: < j .1 MnvQeld.
The Stock Consists of Many Valuaable things in Dry Goods!
For Congress, Ni th Di .tr'ct,
HON. JOSEPH D SAYJsfiS,
01 llasuop County
For Senator, ig'h District,
liON. 1IEBGK STONE,
Of Washington County.
For Rnptesetlativo—Ben S, Koo us
Foy Klo»t.:r—J. W. I'oktru. of liiuicxn.
For Distiict Ju !;;c— Ei». H. Sinks.
For'District Attorney-W. E Maynaku.
I'or District Clink—A. M. Kkuo.
For County Judge—E. P. Cutttu'.
For County Attorney—f. P. Buchanan.
For County Clerk—O. A. Skwahd,
For Sheriff—D. E Tkaciuk.
Kor Tax Assessor—E. G. Lanchummkk.
For Tax Collector—Sam Schlknkisr.
For County Treasurer—C. F. Herbst.
For Surveyor—II. K. Von BEiheestejn.
1 or Commissioner, Proc, 3—Ed. Amslrk.
For Justice Peace, Prec. 3—W. R. Ewing.
For Constable Precinct \—K. H. EuRur.
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"I*Jr3. Jcgnrcund, i hear that you
told X-lrs. Jftwytr t'liitv tuy Jitllu Jim-
lino ici.ks l;Lu an idiot. "
"I did ncihiB-j ct tho kind. 2111
1 i-.iiii to Jtr.vytr on Urn
subject v:u'i>ti'.nfc thy iitilo IVHow was
the j'lift't.t juiaeo vf'Lis ir-olher."
'J.uu 1 il.d mother Bhik.Wl for £ho
ixuuri to liiiii>j iji.r bonnet, and vvhoti
eho left tho licufcio tijoro were thun-
tii.r, lightning and tho indications cf
ft e,v.c4oj.o i11 her cy c^.—L'otioit Itcq
'1 he iMigol;; may h:r. 0 v. id or ;"]>hc;:.s
cf r.cticn, umy Isavo nobler forma of
duty, hut right with them ami with
11a id one and Jho Baino thing.—
Tho "era of Alexandria" was
ndoptod by n.c.r.y early Christiana,
who assumed the interval between
Adam and Chribt to have been 5,000
V' In n a Icy bpgir.s to wash liis
l.eclt without Loing told, it is n sign
that ho i- into tho urdtT.l of
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just concluded the purchase of a large BANKRUPT STOCK, siting of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes,
ose 1o give the 1 eople of this Section the benefit, by selling lower thaft te ever known in the history of the Coun
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W e have
We Propose ,» g.ve u.c i eop.c ,« on, oecuon mc ucncnr, oy selling lower tha* wasever known in the history of the County
We want you to come and take advantage of of the IMMENSE BARGAINS you can get in Fall and Winter Goods.
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On this Bankrupt Sale.
The entire stuck which amounts to MANY THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS mnsi-TZ a ~7~~
making will move it quick. This' is the largest BANKRUPT STOCK that has ever cometo^renham 31106 ^ ^rices we are
THE HARRISON DRY GOODS CO., Brenham, Texas
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TO THE TRADE.
I am not selling
FURNITURE AT COST
But if you need anything in my line give me a
call and I will prove to your satisfaction that J
am selling Furniture CHEAPER than those
who claim to sell at cost.
I ltavo now in store tho most complete stock of NEW
FURNITURE over brought to this market, which I intend
to close ont at HA It I.) TIMES PRICKS. Young couplet
will find it to their advantage to give me a call before buy
iiifr their Furniture, as i can and will save them money.
The Old Reliable Furniture Dealer
SANTA FE LIMITED
PASSENGERS CAN DAILY
I.eave Itrenham at 11:10 p. m
Arrive l>ailas at 7:lo a. ru
Arrive Fort WorlJi . .. a 7:05 a. m
Arrive St. Louis at 7:<«) a. m
Arrive Kansas City at 7:00 a. u>
Solid Vestihute Train.
Tlie Host and Quickest Itoutc.
Chicago ExjurcflH loaves Brenham 11:14 a. rn
anil arrives at Brenham 1 i>. in. Santa Ff
Limited arrives at Urenham 5:00 a. m.
W. S. KKKN.VN,
<Jen. I'ass. Agent.
J. G. SLOAN,
Fas3. A^out, lireuha a
fjandv -Jtcaut. -
ii itE U V VI. rtitvs
WHEN I SPEAK
]' I never uiako efforts to induce peoplo to visiTl
my etero in search of mythical advertised bargains
which do noi exist or which aro "just out." Suet
methods aro dishonest and aro certain ultimately
to prove futile. Whit I advertise, I have, and it is
always exactly as represented.
There is no nr.n certain method of entertaining
the average people than by spreading beforo them a
Burpriso in bargains in an elegant line of Jhesc Goods
in all the NEW STYLES, with, trimmings to Match,
and a large line of Men's, Youth's and Children^ Cloth-
ing' which all know aro accustomed to get more than
good values. I nover do that, because it is absurd and
; untrue, but I do sell mighty close to cost.
Ttw un'tarslgneit has hpfsct out a
family Uroeory Stor« 011 Hiiipfrof street,
In the \\ ilkin a a<l<iltion,\\ here he kcops
in stock fresh groceries and all kinds of
Country Produce. Iloadtinarlcrs f< »r
poultry, etr^a and butler ».<ne star .
Ue«»r on tap. Cotton Inatform In con-
nection. Cotton seed bought. J'atron-
O, E BINZ, Agont.
New Shoe Repair Shop.
Repairing done at short notTce.
Shop In Gohrmann buiUilug, oppo-
site Exchange Hotel, Br^phani, Texas
Santn Fe Rntos.
St. lx>uis, Mo., September Mth, 15th, re-
turn limit September ^6th,one fare ior round
The Santa Fo will sell round trip tic kets to'
Lampasas, return limit 30 days from date ol |
sale tor $t'),75. i
On account of Fromans White Sulphor
Springs in the Territory the-Santa Fe well;
sell round trip tickets to Davis, I. T.» tor one Ic- H* Cablislf.
and a third fare, good for thirty d^lys from j
date of sale.
The Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets to !
San Angelo for one and a third fare for the'
round trip, good for thirty days from date ol;
The G. C. & 8. F. will fell round trip!
tickets to Galveston for $1.00 for the round j
trip, return limit 3O days from d..to oi l
patronage, and would call your attention to CfalTestcD, Harrislarg & San Antonio Ry
1 T— -»«
car, coaches, free reclining chair ears, i'u 11- Louisiana Kasleru Kvtdlsion It. It. Co.
man Buffet Sleepers; leave Galveston daily
at 7:00 p.m., Dallas at 7:55 a.m., and ar-
rives in St. Louis Union Station at 7: «S the
next morning. Direct connections can ho
CARLISLE & CO.,
General insurance Agents
fcajT'Otlke over Graber's Jewelrv Store.
Of Men, Women and Child. -n cured witheut
pain or the slightest inc venience.
cry ease guaranteed. Tatients
need not pay a dollar until com-
f y cured The truss disca-ded
forever. We frequently hear of
c.eaths c%usotl by hernia, ard the
number is constantly growinc in
proportion. These conditions make
tue demand for a svrk, safk and
wmwutsr cOrk. No truss will
atlect that Curti. « I".i.l »-st »r^g can
only temporarily support the rup-
ture and constant pressure w.ll
cause Atrophy of all parts nrefsed
upon in the end making a more
dmicult and dangerous rupture.
Consultation at mtj office FREE.
J. S HOLLAND, M.I), Hreuliam. Texas.
Hoart Shmglos, Windows, Doors,
•Brick, Ltme and Cement,
Genuine OlijJon Fonco Wire
ua«. ii litkb 1c1i. c. ... rrum,
LErZERICII & FEEDER.
BRENHAM, . . TEXAS
O. t. XOill.NS. BEAUBEOAKD BRYAN
EDD1N8 & BItVAN,
u'ill practico in all tho courts.
Odico North side 'ftiiun;
G- wkrke- J. s. wiim^
D1EKKE & williams,
rp a. bOTTs,
lias complete Abstrael of Land Titles. Give
special .ttenrlon to land business Office l'n
statrain Glddincs Hnlldlnif, South
Lunch Stand and Short QrVr
House in connection.
MEALS SERED AT All BOOBS
' . - - WINES,
■lyuORS, BEER, CIGARS, ETC., ETC.
Prompt and courteous attention.
Fresh, Cold Beer always on tap.
A sharo of your patronage is solicited
B, S. Rogeis. c. F. llerbst
ROGKKS &, IIERBST.
Attorneys - at - Law.
BliEN HAM, TEXAS;
Offeo in Grahor buildinc— upstairs.
•J. r. itl ci.anan,
F. W. WOOD,
—df.ai.kr in —
Excursion rati! in August and Soptomher
via Sunset Route. Hound trip tickets from
made by taking the Daily Express via Pur-: a" coupon stations in Texas will be sold at
cell and Winfleld, arriving at St. Louis ator>^'are for the round trip.
7:15 ot tho second m jrning after leaving Fort
From tho above you will note that the San-
ta Fe gives its patrons the choicc of two
routes. At this season of tho year the Santa
Fo Route through the 0*ark Mountains is
particularly delightful: as the altitude is v. ry
nigh, tho temperature is cool and tiio track t
throU[h the mountains being laid on rock
bed is free from dust.
Passengers desiring to visit Eureka Springs,
either going or returning, can, on applica-
tion to tho Conductor, obtain a stop-over at
Solicman at which junction, connection is
made with the Eureka Springs Ry .
Sleeping car accommodation can le re-
served on application to any Santa Fe ticket
agent, or by letter to W. 8. Kunak,
2t General Passenger A goat.
To Louisville, Ky., account L. A. W.
national meet, August 8th and 9th, limited
to return August 17th.
To Memphis, Tenn., account Semi-Annual
of Southern Lumber Manufacturer's Asso-
ciation, August 10th to 11 th, limited to roturn
To Cleveland, Ohio, account Annual En-
campment, Knights of Pythias Uniform
Rank, August 21st and 22nd, limited to re-
turn September 2nd.
To Dalli*. account Meeting Sovereign
Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., Sept. 20th and
21st., limited to return Sept. 30th.
Full particulars will l>e furnished on ap-
plication to looal agents of Sunset Route.
L. J. Parks, A. G. P. &T.A.
C. W. Bbin, Traffic Manager,
Heart Cypress Shingles
FIRE BRICK, ROCK LIMK,
HIGH GRADE CEMENT,
BRIDGE TIMBERS, CEDAR PILING
Vitrified Pipe for Well Curbing,
Buckeyo Mowers and Sulky Rakes.
Barb \Vire, Avery Stalk Cutters and
W. C. HENDERSON
BUCHANAN & HENDERSON.
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.
tfUfflee in the Court Ifouse.
Brenham, Texa i,
OmcE: Over UlJUlngs A Ulddlnga* Bank.
d. L. AMMONS
lorthssst Oorosr Public Seuare,
Suits and garments mad* *o order aad an
All business cntrustod in our care wut
ceive prompt and careful attention
^ Offioe over First National Bank.
kvehsberu, williams & 00
Fire, Life and Accident
OOe* Esgetke Bank Building.
B. ENIiAU. • . . . ■ . TBXAS
Tub unt'e -signed has opened out a
NEVV TIN SHOP in the Witteberg
Building, just in the rear of Dr
Lnhn's Drug Store, where they are
prepared to attend to all business in
their line entrusted to thoir care.
Special attention given to plumb-
ing and repairing.
Give me a call. Satisfaction guar*
anteed. Charges moderate.
Farmers an« Stoermen Attention.
You can save money by keeping
on hand at all ttmcs a liberal iu»-
International Stock Food.
International Poultry Food,
International Worm Powder,
Silver Pine Healing oil.
The (bur great indispensable it-
quisites to the perfect health of
Stock and Poultry. For sale bj
II, FISCHER, Sole Agent.
awed Md Split or Stove, and fire »!.«•
Jelivcred to any of the City at $4M rwr mnt
cash ot delivery. Yard near Caatral frcisb
d#»ot o. A. LINDKMANll
SURE* CURS for PiiRa
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Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 263, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 23, 1896, newspaper, September 23, 1896; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481905/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.